Insureon Blog

Avoiding the Holiday Freakout

6. November 2013 16:06
Financial professionals can avoid a crazy hectic end of the year by getting their paperwork in order now. [More]

Plumbers' Future Is Bright as Housing Market Recovers: Infographic

5. November 2013 15:48
Plumbers can expect 27% job growth between 2010 and 2020. Find out what else lies ahead for professionals in the plumbing industry. [More]

Restaurants Give Thanks

4. November 2013 16:22
Owners of restaurants, bars, and other food services businesses have plenty of growth to be thankful for this year. [More]

Settlements vs. Judgments: Workers’ Compensation Claims for Non-Profit Organizations

4. November 2013 15:17
An explanation of the difference between settlements and judgments in Workers' Compensation cases. [More]

Restaurants Serve Up Profits

1. November 2013 15:42
Frugality fatigue among American consumers is translating to good news for food services businesses: restaurants, food trucks, and bakeries are regaining popularity among lunchers after a long recession-linked dry spell. [More]

Halloween: a Treat for Retailers

31. October 2013 12:11
Halloween boosts retail sales for many small-business owners, but also exposes these businesses to new risks. A breakdown of Halloween benefits and risks by the numbers. [More]

Virginia Medical Malpractice Suit: When Can a Client Sue Your Orthopedic Practice?

30. October 2013 11:02
A medical malpractice lawsuit in Virginia highlights how medical professionals can prevent medical malpractice lawsuits and finance those that eventually happen. [More]

Protect Your Law Practice from the Start: How Attorneys Can Prevent Professional Liability Lawsuits

28. October 2013 16:36
Three steps lawyers can follow to minimize their chance of being hit with a costly professional liability lawsuit from a client. [More]

Affordable Care Act: Tips to Prevent Malpractice Suits for Your Medical Practice

25. October 2013 09:30
Three tips allied health professionals can use to prevent costly malpractice suits at their healthcare offices. [More]

HIPAA Has Teeth: What Accountants, Lawyers, and Other Professionals Need to Know When Working with Clients in Healthcare

23. October 2013 16:43
Accountants, lawyers, and other professionals are considered business associates under new HITECH additions to HIPAA, exposing them to massive liability for handling client data. Overview of risk management procedures to limit risk of fines and lawsuits. [More]